First here are the pictures of my new booth. I think it looks pretty good. Now I am just praying it all sells. See the twin size headboard?
A chippy mantle, white empty frames, white pottery and chalk boards.
White louvered door, shutters, shelves, window art and see the cute headboard?
My industrial table. Next to it is a little metal planter holder and I just put a brassy copper tray on top to make a cute table. The sewing machine base is topped with an old cabinet door.
This little white table is mine and you can see my industrial table behind it. You can see to the right a big wire basket. You can see it below.
There is also the bakers rack to the right.
I thought I only had enough stuff at home to fill one booth. Well, I have enough for 3. I plan to do one month an all industrial look and then a spring look also.
Next here are my recent finds. This bed which a girl was working on and had painted it gray and was midway trying to do some type of paint technique. I used my creamy homemade chalk paint and have painted it.
I plan to use a silver glaze to highlight the molding. I hope to spend tomorrow finishing projects. I also have a small door I am going to use chalkboard paint in the center panel.
I also had this map framed for myself. I found this great gold frame and when I put them together I thought they looked great. he frame was $5.00. The map $.25 at a yard sale. It was a National Geographic map. I didn't think it was that old but then I found it was printed in the 1960s. I still have not completed the stereo cabinet. Again working on it tomorrow.
Anyway....I will be busy tomorrow and post more regularly!
I am sharing this at:
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday @ Coastal Charm
Tuesdays Treasures @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Under $100 Linky Party @ Beyond the Picket Fence
White Wednesday @ Faded Charm
Share the Love Wednesday @ Verry Merry Vintage
Wow Us Wednesday @ Savvy Southern Style